Comisiones Científicas para el bienio 2020-2022
The Intersection of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Population Health. Ferry Efendi.
The world has witnessed the great impact of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on all aspects of population health. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic remains uncertain when it comes to ending or shifting into endemic status. Communicable disease hit back the world while the non-communicable disease remains a big challenge. Some countries have opened their borders and exercised relaxation in several sectors, including the mobility of people. The current pandemic provides an opportunity to reflect on the status of the healthy population and how research interplays within society.
Mental health management in online learning media during the COVID-19 pandemic for students at private university. Ade Irma Suryani, Linardita Ferial, Kustia Anggereni, Febri Maryani, Annysa Nur Mala Sari
Introduction: The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has negatively impacted many sectors of people’s lives worldwide, especially in the education sector. The COVID-19 pandemic in the education sector has disrupted students’ mental health. This study aimed to determine and identify the impact of online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic on students’ physiological and mental health. Methods: This study used non-experimental with quantitative methods. It also used a descriptive survey research design. An instrument used in this study was the Self-Reporting Questionnaire (SRQ) with a Guttman scale for students in 2020. The research sample was 378 people using simple random sampling. The data analysis used in this study was univariate.
Home contact support in prevention of transmission of tuberculosis in west Lombok based on the theory of the health belief model. Agus Supinganto, Ni Ketut Metrib, Irwan Budiana, Suharmanto Suharmanto
Introduction: The high incidence of infectious Tuberculosis in the community is closely related to family and community participation. Prevention of transmission is an essential factor in controlling the spread of Tuberculosis. The purpose of this study was to find out the knowledge of household contacts in preventing tuberculosis transmission in West Lombok. Methods: This type of research is descriptive exploratory with a cross-sectional study design and sampling technique using purposive sampling. Data collection was carried out from July to September 2019 with 165 respondents. Data analysis was carried out descriptively using licensed SPSS software to identify respondents’ knowledge and prevention efforts.
Self-efficacy and COVID-19 prevention behaviour among adolescents: A cross-sectional study. Anggraini Dwi Kurnia, Evita Rohmaniah, Nur Lailatul Masruroh, Nur Melizza, Yoyok Bekti Prasetyo, Dewi Rury Arindari
Introduction: COVID-19 has become a serious epidemic in Indonesia, even in the corners of the earth. Every day COVID-19 patients continue to increase, and almost all circles of society are exposed to the virus regardless of age and gender. In dealing with conditions such as the current pandemic, it is necessary to have self-efficacy in good adolescent prevention practices. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between self-efficacy and the practice of preventing COVID-19 in adolescents.
Comparison of knowledge of mothers with stunted and severely stunted toddlers before and after education with brainstorming and audiovisual methods. Roosi Rachma Kemala, Ayling Sanjaya
Introduction: Stunting is the incidence of malnutrition, especially in toddlers, that lasts a long time. Stunting has several impacts, including an increased risk of morbidity in the form of an increased risk of occurrence and mortality that the incidence of infection can cause. This study used brainstorming and audiovisual methods to compare the knowledge of mothers who had stunted and severely stunted toddlers before and after being given a video.
Sustainable services for the elderly in Malang city: A qualitative study. Cici Indah Setiowati, Yati Sri Hayati, Nurul Muslihah
Introduction: The continuity of various health services, such as hospitals and health centers, is needed to maintain the quality of care for the elderly. This study aimed to explore service providers’ role in sustainable services for the elderly. Methods: This study used a qualitative method to explore sustainable services for the elderly. The research participants totalled 16 people, namely primary and secondary informants. The researcher uses Focus Group Discussion (FGD) guidelines to become his own research instrument. The analysis in this study used Thematic Analysis.
Correlation of self-efficacy and self-management among patients undergoing hemodialysis with intradialytic hypertension complications. Dhian Luluh Rohmawati, Nymas Khoriah Fadhlika, Rony Tri Hantoro
Introduction: Intradialytic hypertension (IDH) is a phenomenon in which blood pressure increases during hemodialysis. Increased awareness and thorough understanding of the complications associated with intradialytic are needed in managing the disease independently. In addition, self-efficacy can support self-management behaviour. This study aimed to analyze the relationship between self-efficacy and self-management of hemodialysis patients who had complications of intradialytic hypertension.
The effect of maternal role identity application on cognitive development in stunting children aged 1-3 years in a public health center. Diyah Arini, Nursalam Nursalam, Mahmudah Mahmudahc, Esti Yunita Sarib, Fatimah Dwi Cahyania
Introduction: Disorders of cognitive development in children aged 1-3 years are generally caused by stunting conditions and the role of mother care that is less than optimal. This study aimed to determine the effect of maternal role identity on cognitive development in children aged 1-3 years in the public health center.
The experience of nurses conducting nursing assessments of occupational diseases in the farm: A phenomenological study. Eko Prasetya Widianto, Arista Maisyaroh, Rizeki Dwi Fibriansari
Introduction: The stages of the farming procedure are carried out sequentially. From planting preparation to harvesting, the farmer has a risk of occupational disease. Farmers will come to the first health service center if there is a health problem, and the nurse in charge will conduct nursing assessments. This study was conducted to explore nurses’ experiences in conducting nursing assessments of occupational diseases in agriculture.
Relationship between stigma and quality of life in people with pulmonary tuberculosis in East Java, Indonesia. Eppy Setiyowati, Erika Martining Wardani, Nur Ainiyah, Siti Damawiyah, Ni Njoman Juliasih
Introduction: The social experience makes rejection from a society of people with pulmonary tuberculosis depressed and worsens their quality of life. Thus, it should be reducing the social stigma that exists in society, namely improving the pattern of quality of life and good self-perception in patients. The aim of this study was an overview of social stigma and quality of life in people with pulmonary tuberculosis in East Java, Indonesia.
Synthesis of manganese nanoparticles of Oolong tea extract by sonication method for a natural oral contrast media on magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography. Fatimah Fatimah, Neni Susilaningsih, Hermina Sukmaningtyas, Agus Subagio
Introduction: Magnetic resonance cholangio-pancreatography examination using natural contrast media has not provided an optimal image of gastroduodenal suppression that covers the image of the biliary system. Natural materials used as contrast media continue to be developed with various previous studies, but not many have been associated with using, nanoparticles as natural contrast media materials. This study aims to make manganese nanoparticles in oolong tea extract is used as an oral contrast medium.
Factor analysis of the exile of women giving birth in the Forest. Fenita Purnama Sari Indah, Riris Andriati, Rita Dwi Pratiwi, Nurwulan Adi Ismaya, Ika Rohmawati
Introduction: Many areas still choose childbirth helpers with non-health workers in Indonesia, such as child shamans, who often cause adverse effects for mothers and babies. This study aimed to identify factors associated with the seclusion of women giving birth in the Merauke District. Methods: This study used a cross-sectional research design, with 57 mothers with toddlers as a sample. The study was conducted for two weeks, from June 29 to July 12, 2021. Data collection used secondary data and primary data. The statistics test contingency correlation.
Milieu therapy based on local virtue influence on community acceptance on post restriction mental disorder patients at home. Ganif Djuwadi, Dyah Widodo
Introduction: Rehabilitation post restriction conditions is for patients who need excellent help. Environmental therapy is one of the modalities of nursing therapy that is useful for creating a conducive environment. This study aimed to analyze the effect of local-based therapy on receiving community to patients about post-restriction safety issues at home.
Perceived constraints and impacts of online learning experiences by Indonesian university students during COVID-19. Devia Putri Lenggogeni, Hema Malini, Dewi Eka Putri, Bunga Permata Wenny
Introduction: Many educational institutions introduced online learning during COVID-19 to cope with the social distancing and lockdown policies. The students face challenges in adapting to new circumstances and the unprecedented use of technology. This study aimed to identify the constraints and impacts experienced by students during online learning.
Effect of Aloe vera gel on wound healing process for diabetic foot ulcers: A pilot study. Hema Malini, Yance Komela Sari, Elvi Oktarina
Introduction: Patients who experience diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) should have undertaken prompt wound care. Currently, the principles of wound care have shifted to the moist principles of a wide range of treatments, advanced technology, and complementary alternative therapy. This study aimed to investigate the effects of Aloe vera gel therapy as a complementary alternative therapy to promote wound healing of DFU.
Coping strategies of healthcare providers on social stigma due to COVID-19 using the Roy adaptation model approach. Ana Zakiyah, Ika Ainur Rofi’ah, Enny Virda Yuniarti, Arief Andriyanto
Introduction: The negative stigmatization of COVID-19 in healthcare has caused psychosocial problems, including stress. An effective coping strategy is needed to overcome existing problems. This study aimed to determine healthcare providers’ coping strategies and the social stigma about COVID-19 using Roy’s adaptation model approach and its influencing factors.
Experience of Kaili Community in reducing pain and swelling because of filariasis disease. Irsanty Collein, Aminuddin Aminuddin, Andi Fatmawati Syamsu, Dafrosia Darmi Manggasa
Introduction: Filariasis has been common in Baluase area with complaints in the form of swelling in the legs. Patients who suffer from filariasis do not receive complete medication and often complain of swelling, pain, and disruption in their daily activities. In addition, they also often try traditional medication by applying decoction and buying drugs at the shop when they experience fever and pain in the legs. This study aimed to understand the culture of Kaili communities to reduce the symptoms of pain and swelling due to filariasis.
Knowledge and reliance on the availability of voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) services relating to the utilization of VCT services by the Man who has Sex with Man community. Isna Ovari, Silvia Nora Anggreini, Fitra Wahyuni, Rina Novita
Introduction: Southeast Asia is the second continent that has a higher population of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection. Indonesia needs to be vigilant to prevent the spreading and transmission of this virus. One of the services provided by the government for the initial screening of HIV/ AIDS is Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT). This research aimed to identify the behavior factors related to the utilization of VCT services by the Man who has Sex with Man (MSM) community.
Phytochemical screening, stability test formulation and physical gel ethanol extract of Jatropha leaves (Jatropha curcas L.) as a gel compress preparation or post-ischemic stroke patients. Luluk Widarti, Suprianto Suprianto, Siti Maimuna
Introduction: Stroke is one of the diseases that cause death and impact serious health problems. The inflammatory response that appears in ischemic stroke will affect the progression of the stroke. This study examines the ethanol extract of Jatropha leaves (Jatropha curcas L.) as a gel compress preparation in post-ischemic stroke patients. Methods: The research design was experimental with a randomized post-test-only control group design. The sample was extracted with 96 % ethanol as solvent. Jatropha leaf samples (Jathropa curcas L.) were blended until smooth and weighed as much as 500 g in a 1 000 mL glass beaker. After that, 96 % ethanol was added to the procedure and poured into the extraction vessel. This study used a phytochemical screening test.
The influence of religious coping on family resilience in communicating and solving problems during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yoyok Bekti Prasetyo, Faridi Faridi, Nur Lailatul Masruroh, Nur Melizza, Muhammad Hafiz Maulana
Introduction: Religious coping has a crucial role in overcoming difficult problems in the family. This study aimed to analyze the influence of religious coping on family resilience in communicating and solving problems during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: The research design used was descriptive with a cross-sectional survey approach. A total of 242 respondents in East Java Province, Indonesia, were the respondents in this study.
Relationship between exclusive breastfeeding and stunting among children aged 2-5 years in Indonesia. Nurus Safaah, Esti Yunitasari, Ferry Efendi, Sunanita Sunanita, Suhartono Suhartono
Introduction: Stunting is a national and global problem that needs attention. Stunting can cause growth and development problems in children. Nutrition is an aspect that is closely related to the incidence of stunting in children. This study aimed to determine the relationship between exclusive breastfeeding and the incidence of stunting in children aged 2-5 years.
An analysis of elderly experience using the GALASEMA application. Pepin Nahariani, Shanti Rosmaharani, I’in Noviana, Ririn Probowati
Introduction: The low access of the elderly to use information and communication technology is one of the obstacles to using applications. The purpose of the study was to explore the experience of the elderly using the GALASEMA application. Methods: This study used a descriptive qualitative research design. Semi-structured interviews, observations, and field notes were used to examine 10 participants who applied the GALASEMA application in their daily life for three months. Data analysis used the Colaizzi method.
The relationship between workload and nurses’ performance in carrying out nursing care in inpatient at Hospital, Riau Province, Indonesia. Ennimay Ennimay, Raja Fitrina Lestari, Nancy Hidayah Oktari
Introduction: The workload is the amount of work required in a job. The heavy workload on nurses can affect their performance. Nurse performance is a skill or ability related to the job description of a professional nurse based on the nursing process. This study aimed to know the relationship between workload and nurses’ performance in nursing care.
Psychological experience of women post total abdominal hysterectomy bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy. Ramdya Akbar Tukan
Introduction: Total abdominal hysterectomy bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (TAH BSO) is still a severe problem for women, especially in psychology. Women will feel inferior because their existence does not have several vital reproductive organs. This study explores women’s psychological experiences after TAH BSO surgery.
Web-Based public health center management information system using Codeigneter and Ajax techniques at Public Health Canter. Reno Renaldi, Yesica Devis, Lita Lita, Muhammad Dedi Widodo, Rizer Fahlepi
Introduction: The development of science and technology at this time, especially in computerization, has developed rapidly. Computers are beneficial in completing various fields of work because they can save time and money to provide satisfactory results. However, the public health center’s data management process is still manual, and it is ineffective in managing data and time inefficient, resulting in less effective performance. This research aimed to find data and make it easier to create reports or record data, which will be effective in terms of time and management data.
The effect of warm ginger on the frequency of nausea and vomiting among pregnancy women. Ririn Ariyanti, Selvia Febrianti, Zulfa Rahmalia Khariani, Tantry Sulistyowati
Introduction: Nausea and vomiting occur commonly during pregnancy and cause inconvenience among pregnant women. Non-pharmacological therapy with warm ginger was used in this quantitative study to relieve nausea and vomiting in pregnant women. The study aimed to determine the effect of using warm ginger on nausea and vomiting in pregnant women.
Effectiveness of 3D Pageflip Professional electronic module to prevent urolithiasis recurrent among urolithiasis patients. Riris Andriati, Tukimin bin Sansuwito, Kosheila Ramuni, Bibi Florina Abdullah
Introduction: Non-communicable diseases are one of the targets of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including health problems related to urinary tract stones (urolithiasis). Urolithiasis has a high recurrence rate within 3-5 years after recovery from the disease. This study aimed to develop an Electronic Module (E-module) as a medium for preventing urolithiasis patients and assessed the effectiveness of this professional E-Module 3D pageflip media.
The relationship of skin integrity picture in stroke patients with the use of anti-decubitus mats at Hospital. Aulia Asman, Sena Wahyu Purwanza, Ainul Mufidah, Ida Yanriatuti, Yulian Heiwer Matongka, Estelle Lilian Mua, Robi Adikari Sekeon, Meilin Anggreyni, Denni Susanto
Introduction: Stroke is one of the non-communicable diseases which is the concern health problem in the community. Stroke is more common in various countries, both developed and developing countries, such as Indonesia. This study aimed to determine the skin integrity in stroke patients using anti-decubitus mattresses at the hospital.
The role of C-Reactive Protein in the level severity of hyperemesis gravidarum. Ni Made Rosiyana, M. Aryadi Arsyad, Saidah Syamsuddin, Ni Luh Emilia, Estelle Lilian Mua, Robi Adikari Sekeon, Meilin Anggreyni, Suratno Kaluku, Bayu Azhar,Sena Wahyu Purwanza
Introduction: Causes of Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) are unknown. C-Reactive Protein (CRP) is thought to play an important role in the occurrence of HG. This study is to determine the values of CRP in normal pregnant women and hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), CRP levels on HG severity, and to know the role of CRP in the severity of HG.
The effect of progressive muscle relaxation therapy on anxiety of hemodialysis patients in Pekanbaru, Indonesia. Silvia Nora Anggraini, Awaliyah Ulfah Ayudytha Ezdha, Dwi Elka Fitri, Isna Ovari, Lita Lita, Nanda Oktaviani
Introduction: Hemodialysis is a renal replacement therapy used by patients with chronic kidney failure. Psychological problems that hemodialysis patients often experience are anxiety. Anxiety among hemodialysis patients can be overcome by relaxation, one of which is progressive muscle relaxation. This study aimed to determine the effect of progressive muscle relaxation therapy on the anxiety level of hemodialysis patients.
Learning experience about human anatomy of health students during the pandemic COVID-19: A phenomenological study. Siska Mayang Sari, Rani Lisa Indra, Rian Ordila, Sekani Niriyah, Raja Fitrina Lestari, T. Abdur Rasyid, Fadli Anggara
Introduction: During COVID-19, health students should learn human anatomy online. By learning online, students have difficulty understanding the subject material. This study aims to explore the experiences of health students learning the anatomy of the human body during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Live experience of people with diabetes mellitus on self-management during COVID-19 in a remote area of Indonesia. Angelina Roida Eka, Lusia Henny Mariati, Maria Getrida Simon, Claudia Fariday Dewi, Kornelia Romana Iwa, Fransiska Yuniati Demang, Yohana Hepilita, Yuliana Reginaldis Rosali Krowa
Introduction: People with Diabetes Mellitus (DM) are vulnerable to COVID-19. Therefore, it’s important to maintain good self-management (diet, exercise, medicine, and health care visitations) during pandemics. Unfortunately, during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s difficult for them to maintain adequate self-management. Therefore, this study aimed to explore the self-management of people with DM during the pandemic, especially in a remote area of Indonesia.
Effect of the standard operating procedure Box Method to increase self-confidence and basic nursing skills of nursing students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lidwina Dewiyanti Wea, Paskaliana Hilpriska Danal, Oliva Suyen Ningsih
Introduction: Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic develops an overwhelming new challenge not only to public health but also to nursing education and the workforce. Online methods brought difficulties to laboratory practice. Thus, this study aimed to identify the effect of using the nursing procedure box method as a remote and active learning method on nursing students’ basic nursing skills and self-confidence during a COVID-19 pandemic.
Risk factors of increased blood pressure among adolescents in rural areas of Indonesia. Oliva Suyen Ningsih, Lidwina Dewiyanti Wea, Heribertus Handi
Introduction: Hypertension in adolescents can increase mortality and morbidity rates, affecting productivity decline in adolescents. The prevalence of hypertension in adolescents is increasing and is often not realized by adolescents. This study aimed to identify risk factors for increased blood pressure in adolescents in rural areas. Methods: This study uses a cross-sectional study design carried out in May 2022 in one of the senior high schools in Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara. The sample in this study was students aged 13-18 years (n=44) based on the inclusion criteria. The sampling technique used was convenience sampling with data analysis using Chi-Square.
The correlation between working shifts and nurse’s motivation in the implementation of handover in the surgical documentation room. Susi Erianti, Asfeni Asfeni,Cut Siti Nurhafiza
Introduction: Nurses have a shift divided into morning, afternoon, and night shifts. One of the nurse’s duties is to do handovers. If the handover is not done effectively, there will be an impact on carrying out nursing care. One of the factors that influence the implementation of handovers is motivation. Poor motivation can cause the duties and roles of nurses will not to be carried out properly. This study aimed to determine the correlation between work shifts and nurses’ motivation in implementing handover.
Correlation between parental verbal violence behaviour and the aggressiveness of adolescents. Sylvi Harmiardillah, Dadang Kusbiantoro, Nurul Hikmatul Qowi, Trijati Puspita Lestari, Nur Hidayati, Tri Indra Aji Putra
Introduction: The phenomenon of adolescents’ aggressive behaviour today has never subsided and even tends to increase. The factors causing the high incidence of quarrels are still unknown, but family quarrels and parental exposure to childhood abuse are predictors of aggressiveness among adolescents. This study aimed to examine the relationship between parents’ verbal violence behaviour and adolescents’ aggressive behaviour.
Optimizing shift scheduling and work-life balance to improve job satisfaction among female nurses. Tita Rohita, Nursalam Nursalam, Krisna Yetti, Kuntarti Kuntarti, Dedeng Nurkholik, Idyatul Hasanah
Introduction: Among the numerous factors that can improve job satisfaction are challenging work, rewards that meet employees’ expectations, a comfortable working environment, and a balance between personal life and work (work-life balance). This study analyzed the relationship between shift schedule arrangement and work-life balance among female nurses and its impact on job satisfaction.
Differences in extraction methods to antidiarrheal activity in vitro and in vivo in unripe Kayu banana fruit (Musa paradisiaca L. Var. Kayu). Arista Wahyu Ningsih, Edo Pratama, Siti Komariyah, Diah Putri Astuti, Ivan Charles S. Klau, Dewi Rahmawati
Introduction: Kayu banana is a fruit found in Lumajang Regency, East Java, with antidiarrheal activity. Phenolic compounds in the unripe Kayu banana fruit have antidiarrheal activity in vivo and in vitro. This study aimed to prove the effectiveness of the extraction method on the phenolic acid content of the unripe Kayu banana fruit (Musa paradisiaca L. var. Kayu) as an antidiarrheal drug and to determine the significant difference between the extraction method on the phenolic acid content and antidiarrheal activity of the unripe Kayu banana fruit (Musa paradisiaca L. var. Kayu).
Relationship between cholesterol levels and smoking behavior among active smokers. Farida Anwari, Martina Kurnia Rohma, Acivrida Mega Charisma, Iif Hanifa Nurrosyidah, Arif Rahman Nurdianto, Galih Satrio Putra, Dimas Dimas
Introduction: Smoking behaviour is one of the factors that can cause serious and deadly diseases. Cigarette chemical content can reduce High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) levels and increase Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) levels. It can cause fat metabolism disorders and are at risk for heart disease, cancer, and others. This study aimed to determine the relationship between cholesterol and smoking behaviour among active smokers.
Antibacterial activity of Indonesian Bidara Upas Tuber (Merremia Mammosa L.) against pathogen bacteria. Iif Hanifa Nurrosyidah, Ervina Oktalia Eka Saputri, Sayyidah Mufidatunnisa, Farida Anwari, Arista Wahyu Ningsih
Introduction: Infectious diseases are still a problem in developing and tropical countries such as Indonesia. This study aims to determine whether the antibacterial substances contained in Bidara Upas tubers affect the growth of Streptococcus sp., Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli Extended-spectrum β-lactamase and Methicillin resistance Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Immunomodulator activity test of ethanol extract of Sappan Wood (Caesalpinia Sappan L.) in mice (Mus musculus) infected by Staphylococcus aureus. Martina Kurnia Rohmah, Farida Anwari, Arif Rahman Nurdianto, Elisa Dwi Febrianti,Juvita Anggraini, Arista Wahyu Ningsih
Introduction: The potential of immunomodulators from a natural product is widely studied as a choice of natural immune support supplements. In Indonesia, Caesalpinia sappan (Sappan wood) is a traditional herbal drink to boost the immune system. Sappan wood contains potential compounds as immunomodulators, such as brazilin, sappanchalcone, and phenol. This study aims to determine the immunomodulatory activity of Sappan wood infected by Staphylococcus aureus.
Family support and peer support related to the physical activity of the prospective bride and groom. Wiwit Kurniawati, Yati Afiyanti, Asa Akmelia, Neni Fidya Santi
Introduction: Indonesia ranks third for maternal mortality rate (MMR) and second for infant mortality rate (IMR) in Southeast Asia. Weight management as a part of premarital preparation by the couple in welcoming the wedding day and life as spouses is usually done through physical activities or exercises. This study attempted to analyze the characteristics of the prospective bride and groom and the relationship between social support and physical activity done by the prospects.
The effectiveness of mindfulness-based stress reduction on parental stress during COVID-19 pandemic: A randomized controlled trial. Yurike Septianingrum, Febta Lifga Arnowi, Chilyatiz Zahroh, Siti Nur Hasina, AndikawatiFitriasari, Nety Mawarda Hatmanti, Erika Martining Wardani, Siti Damawiyah
Introduction: Parental stress during the COVID-19 pandemic causes a negative parenting response and impacts children’s social-emotional development. This study aimed to analyze the effectiveness of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) on parental stress during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: This study used a randomized controlled trial. A total of 32 participants were recruited and randomly divided into intervention and control groups.
Impact of diabetes self-management education in middle-aged patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: A systematic review. Emilia Erningwati Akoit, Ferry Efendi, Yulis Setiya Dewi
Introduction: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) disease, if not treated properly, will cause various complications. Entering the age of 40 years and above, patients with DM disease begin to show progress toward the occurrence of complications. Hence, DM patients need to know about the appropriate self-management of diabetes through diabetes self-management education (DSME). This systematic review aimed to identify the effectiveness of diabetes self-management education in middle-aged patients (40-64 years) with type 2 DM.
Factors of medication adherence among adult patients with tuberculosis: A literature review. Farida Nur Qomariyah, Lukawee Piyabanditkul, Donwiwat Saensom
Introduction: Medication adherence is a critical factor in the success of tuberculosis (TB) therapy. Many factors are related to TB medication adherence among TB patients in clinical and community services. This study aimed to identify the factors of TB medication adherence based on the Social-Ecological Model. Methods: A literature review was carried out for this study. Articles published between 2016 and 2021 in three databases were included in this study.
Relationship quality of nursing work life and burnout among nurses: A systematic review. Tita Rohita, Nursalam Nursalam, Muhammad Hadi, Ferry Efendi, Dedeng Nurkholik, Idyatul Hasanah
Introduction: Nurses are professionals who are significantly at risk of experiencing burnout due to their high workload and work stress, most of which are caused by long-term patient interactions. One of the causes of burnout is the occurrence of work-family conflicts, which will cause a decreased quality of nursing work life. Moreover, this study intends to identify the relationship between the Quality of Nursing Work Life (QNWL) and burnout among nurses.
The effectiveness and usability of electronic partograph for obstetric care: A systematic review. Widya Maya Ningrum, Rahayu Budi Utami, Yeny Ristaning Belawati, Tita Rohita, Kurniati Devi Purnamasari
Introduction: Partograph is an instrument used to monitor and prevent labor complications. Unfortunately, a large number of situations where there is limited awareness of how to use a partograph as a labor monitoring tool. One of the efforts made is to develop partographs in the form of electronic partograph (e-partograph) applications. This review aims to analyze the effectiveness and usability of electronic partograph for obstetric care.